The Future is Now: The Future of Design

In the past decade, developers and programmers have ushered in a digital revolution. But Tomorrow Lab, a New York-based product design and development consultancy, is using its work in product design and engineering to bring about the next great technological revolution. The brainchild of Ted Ullrich, Pepin Gelardi, and Dean Dipietro, Tomorrow Lab is focused on prototyping new hardware and smart technologies that improve our everyday lives.

In their quest to design and invent the smartest products, Tomorrow Lab is using revolutionary Intel technology to author the future of design.

The team at Tomorrow Lab – with backgrounds in industrial design, engineering, and architecture – bridge the gap between the worlds of science and design to build physical products. Over the past year, Ted and his team have created various innovations, such as the AdhereTech, a smart pill bottle that alerts users via text and email that medication needs to be taken. With advances in the field of smart technology, the team at Tomorrow Lab is confident “in seeing real change and effect within a 2 year timespan."

Constantly bouncing between meetings and presentations, Ted and his team rely on Intel-powered 2 in 1s to sketch prototypes, share ideas, and create 3D renders using SolidWorks. As the primary computer in their office, the 2 in 1 has become an integral part of communication between Tomorrow Lab and their clients across the world. In their quest to design and invent the smartest products, Tomorrow Lab is using revolutionary Intel technology to author the future of design.

The Future is Now is a 10-part video series that explores people and companies using Intel-powered technology to reinvent the future.